First was an Imperial Delta that I "won" in a camera store contest, when I was about 8, that I didn't enter. Uses 127 film. I only remember one roll, which I developed with my father in the darkroom at his work. About the next year, I started using a Yashica TLR that my parents had from before I was born. That was the one I first learned darkroom work with, developing and contact printing in the bathroom. Also, when visiting my grandparents I found a Kodak Autographic Jr. 1A that uses 116 film. That was 1968, when it wasn't so hard to find 116 film, so I had a roll to use with it. I still have that one, and have had more film in it in recent years. About a year later, my dad bought a Canon Pellix, and I got to use (borrow) the Canon VI rangefinder that took all the pictures since I was about one. (The Yashica might have taking my baby pictures earlier.) I took a lot of pictures with that one, and also some other 35mm cameras I inherited from my grandfather, along with his darkroom supplies. I shot many pictures with the Canon VI for 7th and 8th grade yearbook photography. I still have all the negatives from those years, and even back to 5th grade. I had 35mm, 50mm, and 135mm lenses for it. (Well, still have them, and the camera.) Just before the end of third year college, not so long after they came out, I bought my first camera, a Nikon FM with AI 35/2.0 lens. So that is the first one I bought myself. I still have that one. I got an Imperial Delta on eBay for $1, which is about how much they are worth.